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This Lady's Closet Is 3,000 Square Feet In Size

Would you believe this enormous closet has three floors of designer bags and clothes, and a champagne bar, too?

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Photography: Theresa Roemer on Youtube

A couple of months ago, we featured Singaporean socialite and influencer Jamie Chua’s 65sqm closet, which has its own fingerprint security and customized cabinets.

Little did we know that there was another famous closet that topped Jamie’s own luxury walk-in: because American entrepreneur Theresa Roemer’s own walk-in-closet is 3,000 square feet (approximately 278 square meters) in size, has three floors connected by a spiral staircase, has a champagne bar, a lounge, a makeup station, and an entire top floor dedicated to her fur coats.

In-sane. (But we’re envious, too.) The size is like someone’s three-bedroom home in this country.

Don’t take it at face value, though. Because Roemer—a philanthropist—uses the closet to host charity events, and auctions off some of the items and the proceeds go to charity. And again, we can learn a storage tip or two from her fantastic closet. So here we go:

Make a grand entrance.



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Some of Roemer’s best items are on the ground floor, which has a center table and showcase display shelves with her collection of Hermes bags (according to her Facebook page, she owns 40-plus Hermes bags). Even if you don’t own a single Hermes (or LV for that matter), you can make an impression by displaying your best belongings near the entrance.

Use mirrored backing for glass-front cabinets


Mirrored backing can add extra sparkle to your display. An added plus is that you won’t need to grab a mirror when you’re trying something on. Want to make it even better? Install recessed lighting.

You can store your bags along with your clothes


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And if you’ve color-coordinated your wardrobe storage just like Theresa, then you might as well locate your matching totes nearby to make dressing up in the morning much easier.

Create a lounge area


Roemer has a sprawling couch and a champagne bar (yes) complete with working sink and champagne chiller, but ordinary people like us can have a small bench or an armchair where we can rest a bit or to sit on while putting on our shoes.

And this enormous closet is best experienced in a walk-through! Watch her video here:

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